- $33 for a wine and chocolate walk for two on Saturday, December 6 or Sunday, December 7 ($60 value)
From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., guests lead themselves on a tasting tour of local wines throughout Aurora’s historic district. Sip different local wines—out of a souvenir glass—paired with artisan chocolates at each stop. You’ll also receive four Aurora Bucks gift certificates, each good for $3 worth of merchandise, plus a souvenir shopping bag. Some proceeds from the tour go to benefit local charities, including Habitat for Humanity and the Aurora Historical Society.
Aurora Colony Visitors Association
In Aurora, visitors can find antiques that are as old as the town itself. Founded back in 1856, Aurora has been lauded as one of the best destinations in the U.S. for antiquing, and many of the historic buildings are now occupied by locally-owned businesses including Aurora Mills Architectural Salvage, Time After Time, White Rabbit Bakery, Aurora Antiques, Pheasant Run Winery, and Pacific Hazelnut Factory. In addition to antiques, the town is home to a number of artisanal wineries, candy shops, and galleries where artists showcase their hand-made wares.
Aurora Mother's Day Wine and Vintage Shopping Weekend
21690 Main St NE
Aurora, OR 97002Get Directions